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Rethink Intimate Apparels – Project #2

16 March 2018

@ INTERFILIERE HONG KONG – March 27 & 28, 2018


by Hiu Tung (Tiffany) YUN

After numerous studies it is clearly establish that breastfeeding help the immune system of babies. For a young mother able to breastfeed she will most likely choose to do so even if it can cause some pains. Living in a city such as Hong Kong you cannot escape pollution. Polluted air can affect skin condition, dryness, redness, cracking, breast eczema… Today, we can find multitudinous choices of nursing bra but limited on the choice of materials used.

During her research, Tiffany has interviewed numbers of mothers with breastfeeding experience, evaluated existing nursing bra, and explored different skin-friendly fabrics that could offer a reliable solution for Nursing bras. Finally, a prototype with Seacell fabric is designed and developed for wear trial.

She will be on Interfilière Hong Kong on March 27 to let you know more about her project. Make sure to stop by the HONG KONG POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY booth and vote for her if you like her project.


Tiffany Yun is a girl with strong creativity, self-motivation, time-management and able to work independently. She will graduate with a BA (Hons) Scheme in Fashion and Textiles (Intimate Apparel) in 2018 from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Broadening the global insight, She had worked for an international brand in Mainland China manufacturing factory as a merchandising trainee. Her expertise is therefore in the areas of fitting, pattern making, sewing, bra construction in the fashion textile and intimate apparel industry. Obsessed with innovation, she is passionate to work in the intimate apparel industry.

Connect on Linkedin or email her

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